Justice League fans will know that Zack Snyder's cut of the movie is something quite different from the movie released in 2017, with keen eyes noticing the amount of slow-motion that has been incorporated into the movie.
And now know that around 10% of Zack Snyder's Justice League is indeed in slow motion (via IGN).
Through painstaking dedication, the team at IGN went through every second of the movie and recorded any shot that appeared to be slower than normal playback speed.
After studying Zack Snyder's Justice League, IGN concluded that there were 24 minutes and 7 seconds of slow-motion action.
Breaking this down further, with credits the movie's run time is four hours, 1 minute and 53 seconds, meaning that 9.97% of the film is in slow-motion. However, if you were to remove the credits, Zack Snyder's Justice League comes to a total of 3 hours, 53 minutes and 7 seconds – this would bring up the slow-motion footage to a total of 10.35% of the film.
Meanwhile, Snyder recently shared a video via Twitter thanking fans for their support and said that it meant a lot to him.
"The day is finally here and I wanted to say thanks to all the fans again. Seeing your messages and your responses to the film has made it all worth it," Snyder said in the video.
"For those of you who stayed up all night in the US to watch, and to fans getting up early this morning to watch in Europe and Asia, I heard that we may have overloaded a few of the platforms with your interest, which actually means the world to me."
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